Music

The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival to Return to the City

October 13, 2021

The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival is set to fill the city with sound this bank holiday weekend from October 22 to 25.
This news will be music to jazz lovers ears as the 2020 dates for the festival had previously been cancelled in line with the Governments Covid-19 guidelines.

Articles

Maynooth University elect their first female president

October 13, 2021

Last week saw the election of Professor Eeva Leinonen, who took up office at Maynooth University, making her the fourth female president of an Irish university. The appointment of Leinonen as President of MU is

Television

The Heartwarming Side of ‘Comfort’ Television

October 13, 2021

This time of year, there’s a few guaranteed milestones. The evenings getting darker, Christmas sweets hitting the shelves in September, and the new season of television getting us ready for winter.

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Number of Covid outbreaks in schools dropped last week

October 13, 2021

The number of confirmed Covid-19 outbreaks in schools has seen a significant drop this week. According to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HSPC) bulletin, there were a total of 10 outbreaks and 45 confirmed cases

Features

Women keeping safe in winter

October 13, 2021

As winter approaches, it is important to remember that the shorter and darker evenings can prove to be very scary if you are a woman.   Winter evenings can cause the fear of you, or

Articles

“The Leaving Cert: Covid Edition.”

October 13, 2021

The Leaving Cert 2021 was as fair as it was expected. The ‘choice’ solution came as a shock to many, however, was it the only way that students could take exams in the height of a global pandemic?

Lifestyle

The benefits of supporting small Irish businesses

October 13, 2021

“Shopping locally with an Irish made business really helps smaller companies like me to grow. In the first few months word of mouth really helped us to improve and grow as a brand,” Abbie Beggs founder of Bound Apparel said.